Why Pakistan-US Ties Reached Point of No Return?

By Sajjad Shaukat In the recent years, unbridgeable trust deficit existed between Pakistan and the United States because of America’s double game with Islamabad. But, President Donald Trump’s flawed strategy in South Asia, based upon anti-Pakistan moves, has taken the Pakistan-US ties to point of no return. It is notable that during the heightened days of the Cold War, despite Pakistan’s membership of the U ...

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An Assessment of Kashmir Tangle

By Asif Haroon Raja Way Forward to Untie the Knot Seven decades have gone past and Kashmir dispute remains unresolved. No light is seen at the end of the tunnel and Kashmiris continue to suffer immensely under the boots of Indian security forces. Kashmir is internationally recognized as a disputed territory whose final status is yet to be determined by the people. The issue has not been resolved due to Indi ...

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The Myth of Indian Republic Day for Kashmir

By Sajjad Shaukat Every year, 26the of January is being celebrated by India as the Republic Day. But, the day is being observed by the Kahmiris on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC) and all over the world, including their Pakistani brethren as the Black Day in protest against Indian illegal occupation of Kashmir. This time, the very day has come at time when the people of Kashmir have accelerated their ...

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Pakistan’s suggested Afghan Policy

By Yasmeen Aftab Ali We must, for the time being, stay out of any initiative What is important for Pakistan to understand is that her policy towards Afghanistan must not be based on pressures or directions from any quarter. Let’s see some excerpts of various newspapers published recently: “Returning from a UN Security Council visit to Afghanistan, US Ambassador Nikki Haley on Wednesday stressed the Kabul go ...

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US Dictates to Pakistan: Complicating the Already Complexed Afghan War

Ishaal Zehra The US war in Afghanistan has entered into its 17th consecutive year of dismay. It is learnt that this winter, Afghan security forces have intensified their operations against the rogue elements despite heavy snow and bitter cold instead of a usual slowdown in fighting during Afghanistan's harsh winter tide. Would it prove effective or not will be reckoned with time however the cause of fretful ...

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Domestic Extremism in the US, “War of All against All”

By Sajjad Shaukat The pro-Israeli US President Donald Trump whose extremist policies have accelerated the domestic extremism in the US, will take the country to the “state of nature” when there was a “war of all against all”. Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) which monitors hate group and other extremists throughout the United States and exposed their activities to law enforcement agencies, media and the p ...

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Dangers of Trump’s Anti-Islam, Anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan Strategy

By Sajjad Shaukat Since Donald Trump became the President of the United States, it was expected that he will act with responsibility, showing pragmatism. But, President Trump has continued anti-Islam, anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan strategy without bothering for its dangers for America, the Islamic countries and the entire world. In this regard, President Donald Trump stated in his tweet on January 1, this y ...

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Power show of opposition parties

By Asif Haroon Raja Despite best efforts of Imran Khan (IK) led PTI and PAT under Tahirul Qadri (TuQ) since June 2014, the duo has neither been able to eject the PML-N government, nor could it crack the fort of the ruling party. PML-Q led by Choudhry Brothers has been lending support to PTI and PAT all along, while the PPP remained detached from the six months long sit-in at Islamabad in 2014 but now is on ...

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